This Week’s News

Gar Anthony Haywood, author of Good Man Gone Bad (Prospect Park Books), wrote an essay for CrimeReads on December 11. Alison Moore, author of He Wants (Biblioasis), also contributed an essay on December 16.

An excerpt from Rough Road to the North by Jim Christy, reiussed by Feral House this year, was published in Literary Hub on December 13. 

A poem by Hai-Deng Phan, “Initial Encounter with Locals,” from her collection Reenactments (Sarabande Books) was feautred on Tracy K. Smith’s The Slowdown Show on December 12.

A new poem by Dorothea Lasky, author of Animal (Wave Books) was published in the New Yorker on December 12.

Charles Phoenix, author of Holiday Jubilee (Prospect Park Books), was on Cincinnati Public Radio WVXU on December 13.

Caroline Bergvall, author of Alisoun Sings (Nightboat Books) was interviewed in BOMB Magazine on December 13.

Bluets by Maggie Nelson (Wave Books) was recommended in a W Magazine shopping guide on December 6 celebrating the Pantone Color of the Year, Classic Blue.

The LAist included two Prospect Park Books cookbooks, L.A. Mexicano by Bill Esparza with photographs by Staci Valentine, and The Urban Forager by Elisa Callow with photographs by Ann Elliott Cutting in a list of essential L.A. cookbooks on December 11.

Jillian Weise, author of Cyborg Detective (BOA Editions), was interviewed in the December-January issue of Brooklyn Rail.

Milwaukee Noir edited by Tim Hennessy (Akashic Books) was recommended in a list of Boswell Book Company’s best gift tiles for the holidays from WUWM 89.7 Milwaukee, WI.

The January issue of Spirit Seeker Magazine will run an excerpt from The Book of Householder Koans by Eve Myonen Marko and Wendy Egyoku Nakao (Monkfish Book Publishing).

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